Here's Every Piece From Palace's Winter 2018 Collection

Everything from puffa jackets to beer steins.

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After unveiling the collection with the latest Juergen Teller-shot lookbook last week, London’s Palace has now revealed every piece from its Winter 2018 release. The new capsule includes encompasses outerwear — including puffa jackets and fleeces — as well as denim pieces, tie-dye sweats and a football-inspired “Campione” jersey.

Elsewhere, the Winter 2018 collection sees Palace return with more of its signature graphic T-shirts. New graphics for this season include a Triferg games console, a golf club image and the “Tri-Wobble” logo. In terms of accessories, this collection features hats, bags, boxer shorts, sunglasses, jewelry and even a Palace-branded Stein glass. The collection will begin dropping at Palace’s web store and physical locations on October 5, before releasing in Japan on October 6.

In related news, take a look at The North Face’s new retro Nuptse drop.

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